Overcoming Insecure Attachment

8 Proven Steps to Recognizing Anxious and Avoidant Attachment Styles and Building Healthier, Happier Relationships

By Tracy Crossley

 Available Now!


You are successful and accomplished in your life… except when it comes to love.

Instead of putting more effort into what isn’t working, I’ll show you a different way (one that actually leads to what you want!). 

Whether you are single or in an unfulfilling relationship, this book provides actionable steps on how to overcome insecure attachment styles and the problems they spawn with self-value, self-awareness and self-responsibility.

You will follow eight proven steps, based on more than 12 years of coaching, that you can customize to your specific situation. Those steps are:


  1. Avoiding your fears and attaching to outcomes
  2. Trying to be perfect
  3. People pleasing
  4. Looking for problems to solve
  5. Going against yourself as a victim/martyr (saying yes when you mean no, and vice versa)
  6. Assuming and personalizing


  1. Taking responsibility
  2. Feeling your true feelings

Stop fear and anxiety from smothering the way you live your life, and stop settling for relationships that aren’t right for you. Overcoming Insecure Attachment will teach you how to break down your subconscious beliefs and create emotional connections with yourself and others for healthier relationships and a happier life.

Get your copy today! Available as a paperback and e-book. 

Join my bookclub where we will discuss the book in-depth over the course of 13 weeks. Begins on 8/30!

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Meet Tracy

Tracy Crossley is a behavioral relationship expert, author and podcast host who helps people deal with a wide range of behavioral issues such as insecure attachment, harmful belief systems, narcissistic entanglement, impostor syndrome, destructive self-talk and more. 

She draws from her educational training in psychology, innate emotional intuition, personal experience and emotionally-driven techniques to help people break the patterns that keep them trapped in unhealthy singlehood, dysfunctional relationships and other sabotaging pursuits. Her work leads to greater self-acceptance, emotional freedom, happiness and the ability to authentically connect with oneself and others.

Tracy holds a BA in neuropsychology and an MA in health psychology. She lives with her husband Dave and dog Wolfie in the foothills of the Angeles National Forest, and spends time with her three grown children and two step-children whenever possible.

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